About

Calumet Run Farms Horse Boarding and Retirement

Calumet Run is owned by Mrs. Janet Duncan. The farm managers are Jared and Taryn Fogg. Both graduates of Delaware Valley College(May 2000) in Doylestown, Pennsylvania with animal science degrees.

Jared and Taryn bring special care to the horses they are responsible for. Jared and Taryn both have on hand experience through work experience, internships, and schooling.

Taryn has a Bachelors degree in Animal Science, specializing in equine business management and an Associate degree in equine science. She has always had a love for equines and decided to make it a career. She has first hand experience in equine nutrition, care management, barn management, anatomy, breeding, and riding. She has volunteered for Pennsylvania and Delaware Special therapeutic handicapped riding, running and volunteering for horse shows in Bucks County, Pa. and competing on the Intercollegiate Equestrian Team for 3 years.

Recently Taryn recieved her masters in education from Wilmington University.

Jared spent his four years studying all large animals; care management, behavioral science, breeding, nutrition, and anatomy. Jared has first hand working experience at equine facilites, dairy operations, crop production, and landscape nurserys. Jared is a landscape design/build business owner. Specializing in hardscaping and landscape design work.

Jared and Taryn bring experience, knowledge, and genuine affection for horses to Calumet Run.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boarding

Calumet Run has something to offer every type of equine hobbyist or competitor. Calumet Run has 40 acres of pasture that includeswith an 8 stall barn equipped with feed room and tack room.

Pastures range from less than an acre to 15 acres. Horses are checked head to hoof every am and pm during feedings. Calumet Run has a cinder block barn complete with 8 matted stalls, feed area, large aisle, cross ties, and tack room. Each stall is 12 x12.

A new sand riding ring is available with lights. For those more casual riders we have several trails that lead around our pastures or you can venture out around the farmer's fields next door.

The majority of our horses are field boarded in our large lush fields with large run-in to accommodate the whole herd.

Beginning the spring of 2005 we began installing "safe fence" (www.safefence.com). This is an electric fencing that is white and made for the horses to respect the boundaries that we request. It will not hurt them if they accidentally touch. We have been very pleasesd with the safety this offers.

Our facilities

  • 40 Spacious acres of pasture
  • 6 stall barn with feed area and tack room
  • Wash stall
  • Grooming stall
  • 12 x 12 matted stalls
  • Large fields & small paddocks with run in sheds and running water
  • Grass ring with jumps
  • Heated water troughs for the cold months
  • Animal Science professionals as your horses care taker.

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